NDC Manifesto NDC is confused - Nana Addo

Nana Addo was speaking at a rally in Kasoa on Sunday, which was to launch the campaign of the Member of Parliament, Mavis Hawa Koomson.

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The Flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo has said the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC) is a confused party that lacks clarity on the source of ideas for its manifesto.

According to him, there was confusion as to who actually wrote the manifesto, with the NDC eventually agreeing at the manifesto launch that the NPP had good ideas for the country.

“Something very interesting happened yesterday in Sunyani. The NDC went there to launch their manifesto and one of their leaders said it is not true they are copying our policy ideas but rather both parties agreed on what is good for the Ghanaian people and that is why similar ideas are coming up.

“We thank God, they now acknowledge that we have very good ideas for Ghana. But if they are confused and lack clarity on a simple matter like the source of ideas of their manifesto why will they not be running this country in such a confused manner? Our government will deal with all the problems their confused government has brought to us to put Ghana in a better state as a country moving forward,” he said.

Nana Addo was speaking at a rally in Kasoa on Sunday, which was to launch the campaign of the Member of Parliament, Mavis Hawa Koomson.

Carrying banners reading "the battle is still the lord's," and "Nana is our president," the NPP supporters clambered on buildings and railings to catch a glimpse of him as he spoke.

"We will bring a good government led by Akufo-Addo to bring development and turn around the economy," Akufo Addo said.

"You have heard me talk about how we are going to address the challenges of the country. We want to industrialise the economy by establishing one factory in every district. How we are going to revive our agriculture and make it possible to feed ourselves in Ghana. These are the solutions that we have for the development of our people," he added.

We didn’t copy NPP ideas – Asiedu Nketia

The General Secretary of the governing National Democratic Congress has said anybody who accuses NDC of stealing its visions and ideas can only be a ‘newcomer’ to politics.

According to Johnson Asiedu Nketia, the policies promised by the governing party in its manifesto are promises based on the party's social democratic ideologies and cannot, therefore, be described as stolen.



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